Originally Posted by Cassel's Reckoning
Even then, mostly he was hitting wide open guys.
Bowe was open by 10 yards on that 36-yard TD.
He was wide open on the TD slant.
He was wide open at the back of the end zone on his first TD.
Cassel's last TD to Moeaki was basically in "Positive" garbage time because we were up 11 points with 2-3 minutes left.
Cassel had like 230 yards passing in that game. He had a good game, but he didn't make a shit ton of impressive throws.
I could prove this all with GIFs, but...you know it's true.
It was more the little things in that game. His footwork, decision making, 3rd-down completions, going through progressions. He played like a real quarterback that game.
Doubtless because there was no pressure from that pitiful Seahawks defense.